Napalm Extra Dark Roast Coffee

Roasted By: Good Times Coffee Co.

Who will enjoy Napalm Coffee the most?

  • Anyone looking to make the transition into the world of highly caffeinated coffees; these Arabica beans are a great stepping stone.
  • Fans of earthy character; this "extra dark roast" blends notes of earth and fruit to perfection. 
  • Those that "don’t have time for that namby pamby, lilly livered light coffee." -Napalm, 2017

Napalm Coffee Profile

Roast:  Dark

Body:  Full 

Taste:  Earthy, notes of fruit

Fragrance:  Intense, earthy

Aroma:  Earthy, slight fruit

Sweetness:  Mild

Acidity:  Low & backgrounded

Aftertaste:  Minimal 

Origin(s):  Varied 

Species:  Arabica 


The Background

Napalm describes itself as "Extra Dark. Extra Bold. Extra Strong", and compared to your average cup of Aribica coffee, it is all that and more. It feels necessary to quote Napalm again because they do a really great job of describing what they're all about; "Pull yourself up by the bootstraps, soldier! You don’t have time for that namby pamby, lilly livered light coffee. You have butts to kick and names to take. It’s the work day!" If it's unclear, this extra dark roast coffee is about extra everything!  

What makes Napalm Coffee special?

The vast majority of extra strong, highly caffeinated coffees are made of Robusta beans, or a combination of Robusta and Arabica. Napalm coffee is one of the few options in the strong coffee game that is made entirely from Arabica beans. Arabica beans are typically superior in the flavor department, while Robusta beans are unrivaled in the caffeine department. Napalm sets itself apart by delivering on their "twice as strong" claim, and doing so using a 100% Arabica blend. The flavor and buzz really speak for themselves with this one, Napalm's Extra Dark Roast is a widely accessible, highly caffeinated coffee. 

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